We’ve all seen that cliche image from times past – a father, back relaxed in an easy chair, legs propped up on a footrest. Perhaps he’s wearing a robe, smoking a pipe, and even wearing slippers. Or at the very least maybe the family dog is bringing the slippers or paper to him. I don’tContinue reading “Celebrating Father’s Day with some favorite on-screen dads”
Whether they know it or not, everyone has a story to tell. However, some folks never tell their stories because they think they have nothing to say – that their life is too boring. It’s with that in mind, that I set out to create a photo essay that took something routine and mundane –Continue reading “Day in the Life – a photo essay”
I’ve gone on and on previously as to why my comic book reading is few and far between these days, likely taking me the full gamut from childhood comic fan to young adult comic aficionado to now being that parent who will one day tell my son that those funnybooks were ‘better in my day!’Continue reading “Blasts from the past”
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It’s this kind of ridiculous fun that makes me love old 1950s/1960s comic books (and the current cartoons based upon them): The video stalls in the first 7 seconds, but bear with it. It’s the only version I could find online.
Expect the unexpected sometimes. I was recently contacted by the folks with “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” who had stumbled across this blog and asked me if I would be a guest contributor/blogger for their companion website. I had a great time and certainly hope it’s the first of many. The result is thisContinue reading “What to Expect…Cartoon Edition”
I recently mentioned how, while home with the baby being sick, I spent some time watching cartoons on Netflix. The two animated films I watched while the baby napped were Justice League: Doom and Superman vs the Elite, both part of the ongoing releases of animated movies across the DC Comic Universe from Bruce TimmContinue reading “Why Superman matters”